Republican Governor Hilariously Trolls Fauci To No End

Dr. Fauci is a liar, a fraud, and a mouthpiece for Communist China. Ever since a leak exposed Fauci’s emails to Wuhan scientists and colleges, it’s become apparent that Biden’s top medical adviser has done nothing except sell out the United States and conceal the atrocities committed in China as the world recovers from the global pandemic they are responsible for unleashing.

Many Republicans have caught on to Fauci all along, and many governors refused to take his advice.

Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis was one of those Republicans.

The America-First Governor has begun offering hilarious merchandise on his website featuring slogans that mock and condemn “America’s Doctor.”

“Don’t Fauci My Florida” is seen on tshirts, beverage koozies, and other wares that are now for sale and will contribute to DeSantis’ reelection campaign.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has started offering branded merchandise featuring slogans like “Don’t Fauci My Florida,” in a reference to the COVID-19 restrictions endorsed by infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, The Washington Post reports.

DeSantis’ store now features several items with this slogan and similar ones, such as flags with the slogan, “Keep Florida Free,” and a drink koozie that says, “How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?”

Check it out here:

Fauci and other medical experts recommended that Americans wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the pandemic, but the issue became a partisan sticking point, with many conservatives pushing back on mask requirements and other safety recommendations.

During the pandemic, DeSantis refused to close the state’s beaches, refused to order widespread mask requirements, and made Florida one of the first states to remove all local coronavirus-related restrictions back in May. He also successfully sued the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the agency tried to add restrictions on Florida cruise ships.

The governor told reporters this week that he predicts a “normal school year” without any mask mandates, and said there would be no penalties for people who violate a mandate imposed by a school district.

“No mandates for anything,” DeSantis said. “I think it’s very unfair for some of the youngest kids who are the least susceptible, least likely to spread it, that they have the mitigation imposed on them more severely than a lot of adults do.”

Author: Nolan Sheridan